Robert Peake the Elder, Princess Elizabeth. c. 1606, Oil on canvas. Metropolitan Museum of Art.
In this portrait of Princess Elizabeth by Robert Peake, you might notice a rather impressive poof. Truly before her time style-wise, the young princess has her hair piled high and offsets it with pearls, rubies and emeralds. Lovely!
With killer eyes and a nice sense of style Elizabeth would become the Queen of Bohemia, but only for a short period. She and her husband were quickly exiled and became royal refugees. Their residence of choice was The Hague and she remained in Holland for the rest of her life, aside from travel!